April 05, 2010
FIBERTOWN, Houston’s premier tier IV-designed data center and disaster recovery office space provider, launched its new blog this week. “The Continuity Council,” located at http://blog.fibertown.com, focuses on exploring topics in business continuity, disaster recovery, colocation and data center design.
“Our goal is to share our expertise with executives and IT management by providing practical insight on all topics related to business continuity,” said Brandon Perryman, vice president of sales and marketing for FIBERTOWN. “We want to engage readers in helpful conversations on data center design and disaster recovery trends while sharing our corporate personality.”
FIBERTOWN executives and in-house data center experts take turns offering insight and commentary on the latest trends in enterprise infrastructure technology. The blog features video tours and a photo library of the company’s tier IV-designed data center and disaster recovery office space.
With the start of hurricane season only a couple months away, the blog launched with the release of a special series on hurricane readiness.
Feature topics include:
“The Continuity Council blog is the first step in a campaign to refresh the FIBERTOWN brand,” said Holly Gunn, marketing manager for FIBERTOWN. “The title is a play on words. Our blog is essentially a council of experts from the Fiber Family assembled to arm our ‘people’ (our readers) with the tools they need to be successful in their business continuity strategies.”